Windmill

Windmill For fifteen years Carl Steinar and his sons Peter and Lyle have maintained a tenuous balance keeping together their family and farm on the western plains of Nebraska Like blades in a well oiled wi

  • Title: Windmill
  • Author: Rob Bignell, Editor
  • ISBN: 9780985873929
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • For fifteen years, Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle, have maintained a tenuous balance, keeping together their family and farm on the western plains of Nebraska Like blades in a well oiled windmill, each works in harmony with the other But when Abbie Blaire, the new reporter in town comes to write a story about them, a monkey wrench is thrown into their perfectFor fifteen years, Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle, have maintained a tenuous balance, keeping together their family and farm on the western plains of Nebraska Like blades in a well oiled windmill, each works in harmony with the other But when Abbie Blaire, the new reporter in town comes to write a story about them, a monkey wrench is thrown into their perfect machine She is the spitting image of the wife and mother the Steinar men lost years ago They soon find themselves on new trajectories in which their needs and goals can only collide.

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    1. Here is a review of one of my shelved, favorite books: Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle have always only known the modest hard work and close-to-the-earth life of farming, until the Plains dust is shaken off them when Abbie Blaire, a reporter moves to their small town in search of solitude and a simple life. Haunted since his youth by dreamlike images of his mom who has died tragically, Peter Steinar, the eldest son takes an interest in the attractive, young reporter. As their hesitant [...]

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